Live discussion with Dr. Dawn Elise Snipes on coping with anxiety and depression and other physical and mental illnesses with an integrative behavioral health approach . A Quickstart guide to understanding temperament and improving relationships.

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Temperament is
A set of dimensions that exist on a spectrum which describe preferences regarding:
E-I (Environments)
S-I (Learning and Information Conceptualization)
T-F (Motivation)
J-P (Time Management)
Most people are not purely one dimension or the other
When conditions are out of synch with people’s preferences they often feel “stress”

Judging
Plan ahead
Self disciplined and purposeful
Thrive on order
Get things done early. Plan ahead & work steadily.
Define and work within limits
Maybe hasty in making decisions
Time and deadline oriented
Thinks those preferring spontaneity are too unpredictable
Excellent planners. May not appreciate or make use of things which are not planned or expected

Perceiving
Adapt as they go
Flexible and tolerant
Thrive on spontaneity
Get things done at the last minute depending on spurt of energy
Want more information
May fail to make decisions
Always think there’s plenty of time
Think that those who are not spontaneous are too rigid
Good at handling unplanned events, but may not make affective choices among the possibilities.

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